Stylist and model, Nicole Sen as part of the Sportscene Anti-hero series.
Rapper Willima Nkuna as part of the Sportscene Anti-hero series.
Cape Town born illustrator, Russell Abrahams aka Yay Abe, is known for pushing the boundaries with various textures and techniques. His bold style conveys a message through vibrant illustrations and for his recent collaboration with BURGER KING® South Africa, Abrahams created a mural, with a fiery twist.
In hiphop artist, DeKiller’Clown’s latest video, the complicated hour – a song written following a series of difficult and unfortunate events, we see a display of vulnerability that virtually doesn’t exist in hiphop.
YesPlsNdThnkYou and Cape Town producer GSoul have released their first project together, Mood – a single from newly released EP “Don’t Get Me Started”.
Izandla Zethu African Jewelry is an organisation giving young people jobs and helping them build skill sets in the Walmer township, Eastern cape. Using their hands they produce necklaces, pendants, earrings, bracelets and key rings using corrugated iron.
Illustrator Neo Pakorama’s latest project, Father, Son and The Architect looks at the influence an artist like Kanye West has had on many people – not only artistically but the way they think too.
Actor and youtuber, Iamphillblack has released his latest comedy video, (Let me be) the face of your brand. Watch the video and maybe maybe help him become the face of a brand.
This video spotlights the hardships endured by housekeepers. From waking up at 4:30 in the morning, being away from their families for five days out of the week (some even longer), to missing out on important moments in their children’s lives.
Photographer, traveller and teacher Albert Retief documented his adventure on the China-Vietnamese boarder. He travelled hundreds of kilometres on a bike,photographing people and places of the Northern mountains.
Tales from Teachers is a a back-to-school campaign by Fruits of the Loom. It is inspired by real notes, given to students by their teachers to take home, ranging from “why Maya may have a worm in her pocket”, “how a boy got a nacho in his eye” and “how Nikki’s friend accidentally ate her lip-balm”.
Freelance artist Marilize Ackermann from Cape Town, now based in Senegal creates collages, mosaics and illustrations. Her work looks at the relations between humans, animals and objects.
Designer and student, Nkuli Twala says his clothing brand, Freedom and Guns speaks to the many ways people have used the means of violence to gain freedom. As a designer, his “gun” is designing clothing because that’s what brings him the most freedom. “The name was inspired by the concept […]
The hop new eyewear store was designed by Jana & Koos with help from Tristan du Plessis and wouldn’t seem out of place in Tokyo.
For a dose of some kinky action, join the celebration of rope bondage as a creative art form with the strictly 18+ Embodiment event. Astrid Radermacher says this event “seeks to celebrate rope bondage as an art form and to create representation for young, queer and people of colour within the […]